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Business Advisory Vol. 01 Issue 31

By Dan Luck on Oct 21, 2020 3:53:42 PM

Top 10 Business Practices to Make Your Business Stronger

Having launched the kitchen and bath industry’s first buying and business development group in 1994, the SEN Design Group has worked closely with design firm owners over the years. Through analyzing financial statements, studying their business models, and critiquing their operations on-site, we’ve compiled a list of best practices that ensure any kitchen and bath business will be stronger.

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Business Advisory Vol. 01 Issue 30

By Dan Luck on Oct 7, 2020 4:17:13 PM

The Power of 'We'

This week we thank our guest author, Jenny Catalano, COO at SEN Design Group, for providing insight on the importance of assembling a great team and the role it plays in the success of a business.

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Business Advisory Vol. 01 Issue 29

By Dan Luck on Oct 7, 2020 4:10:38 PM

Is There Truly Forgiveness with The Paycheck Protection Program?

Think back to five months ago, specifically to the third or fourth week of April. What were you doing? Do you remember? If you were like me, you were doing some head-scratching and scrambling to fill out an application for a newly structured government program called the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP). The program was designed to help businesses survive the pandemic while keeping their teams intact.

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Business Advisory Vol. 01 Issue 28

By Dan Luck on Sep 22, 2020 2:32:33 PM

Tips for Listening While You Work

It seemed like a reasonable request: “I’d like to have a magnetic sign made that I can place on the sides of my car that identifies and promotes the company I work for.” That proposal from a salesperson to his direct supervisor seemed innocent enough, except it initially fell on deaf ears. For whatever reason, either it did not seem important at the time, the request wasn’t fully understood, or quite simply, it fell victim to procrastination.

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Business Advisory Vol. 01 Issue 27

By Dan Luck on Sep 22, 2020 2:27:22 PM

Tips for Dealing with Covid-19 Adversity

It’s in the air, you can feel it. Everyone senses it. Conversations are getting shorter and a little more tense. Body language is speaking differently than what was communicated six months ago or more. You can feel the tension rising. Everyone is on edge, waiting for the proverbial next shoe to drop.

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